The bane of cold calling telemarketers, Australia's Do Not Call Register now has more than seven million numbers on its list and it continues to grow. The news released today by the Australian Communications and Media Authority is a ringing endorsement of the push for consumer privacy against unwanted voice call intruders.
Consumers are still being seen as a soft target for telemarketers peddling fake tech support for computer users they try to convince that their system has been infected with malware. According to the Australian Communications and Media Authority, many of the unwanted telemarketing calls are being made to consumers on the Government's Do Not Call Register.
Telstra is hoping that a recent upgrade to its SAS business analytics software that analyses date for marketing purposes will lead to a 15 percent improvement to hit rates in some of its outbound telemarketing campaigns.
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How long before 6G? :-) :-) :-) I’m still more than happy with my 4G phone.